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Je ne l'ai que depuis 3 jours, c'est bluffant. Je n'ai jamais entendu des basses aussi profondes, correct et mega puissante. Je ne peux pas trop forcer sur le volume car les portes des meubles et de la pièce tremblent, le nom de supernova est bien choisi. Si vous avez vraiment envie de prendre cette article, dès que vous pouvez et un conseil, achetez les yeux fermés
I'll start by saying I am far from impressed. I received this subwoofer and was 3 days late, was really looking forward to having some extra bass in my home audio setup, however upon plugging it in an listening to it, while configuring it to my desired listening volume and crossover settings, I noticed that it was extremely underpowered. I took the unit to my bench tester, and saw that it was getting 170ish watts of RMS...definitely not the 450 rms that is advertised, WAY Underpowered for the price. I could have gotten a Klipsch that would outperform this for half the price. Very unsatisfied with the sound, STAY AWAY from this, False advertising for a crummy product. Also amazon will not allow you to return, so now I'm stuck with a 540$ piece of junk.
I currently on 4 different types of earthquake subs and they all out perform most conventional high end audio stuff that you buy in the big boy audio stores. I have the 1st generation supernova 15. I also have the Mini-me P8 and P10 plus this monster. I have many friends that have very expensive high end audio systems such as myself and all of them have converted over to earthquake subs because if you want musical bass that will literally break things this is the way to go. I am not exaggerating if I turn my system up in the basement in my man cave I can knock pictures off the wall on the 2nd floor of my home. If I were to put my system on the 1st floor of my home I would have the police called every other day because the subs are that nasty. You have to understand that earthquake has been in the sub business since the eighties. They were mainly a car audio company for years and won many competitions with their designs and speakers and over the past 20 years or so have dove into the home audio market which most people on the East Coast do not know about. They are kind of a little secret that everybody doesn't know about yet. Bottom line if you're going to spend $500 to $1000 on a high end sub and you want something that is musical but yet concussive consider earthquake!! For all the musical snobs out there, yes they are very adaptable to music as well as movies but yet at the same time if you're a hip hop freak and would like to rattle the fillings out of your teeth like a car system they will do that with out even breaking a sweat.🔊🤯
This is a great sub!!! It's a little pricey but it really produces crisp and clear lows. I use it with my Yamaha 152BL sound bar and the results are fantastic. I set the crossover at 70htz for mucsic and 100htz for TV and movies. When I really crank it, I know the neighbors must hate me lol. My living room is 15'x20' and at these settings it really fills up the room with pure sound. A good song to find out the power and true reproduction of the low end it" Dirty Laundry" by Don Henly with the Eagles. A perfect movie to listen to it is Appolo 13. When the rocket takes off, the lows and volume are tremdous and this sub takes it all and does it's job with out distortion. So, if it's in your budget, don't hesitate to buy one.
Just recently purchased the Earthquake Sound MKIV-12 Supernova. It replaced an old JBL 12" sub. After watching a couple movies on Blu-ray (The Expendables 3, The Guardians of the Galaxy, and Django Unchained) I have to say I love this subwoofer. The louder you turn it up the better it sounds. My theater room is 12'x12', it fills the room with deep, sounding bass. My set up is a Onkyo THX2 receiver, and Mirage speakers. If you are looking for a subwoofer at this price, look no further.